Moving briskly and coming in at just under a minute-and-a-half run-time, Troper infiltrates your psyche a song that feels like one giant hook.
The Seattle/Tacoma/Portland band's first full-length is a cauldron pot of love, sex, death, and distorted guitars. Martin Douglas investigates.
Proceeds from the limited edition EP, titled Turning Time Around, will benefit Mitchell’s mom, who has Alzheimer’s disease.
KEXP's Owen Murphy talks to the acclaimed producer from his studio on Vashon Island.
The newest single from the Seattle band's forthcoming debut album includes a dark yet prismatic video.
The legendary locals kick off the series with their rendition of Stevie Wonder's 1967 hit "Someday at Christmas."
The "Indian Ocean (The End of Everything)" / "In Dreams" 7" single will be released December 13th via Matinée Recordings.
In advance of the Seattle-based multidisciplinary artist's new solo album dropping next year, Denial offers this dark and heady single featuring DoNormaal.
The Tacoma native's recently released EP is a remarkable twenty minutes of singing and rapping, of sex and self-love. Martin Douglas investigates.
KEXP chats with local artist ings with an exclusive stream of her debut record Lullaby Rock 24 hours before its release on Friday, November 15th.